Presentation on theme: "ES PIPELINES LIMITED Social Housing Energy Forum – How can ES Pipelines help you? Mary Fitzsimons & Eddie Lafferty."— Presentation transcript:
1 ES PIPELINES LIMITED Social Housing Energy Forum – How can ES Pipelines help you? Mary Fitzsimons & Eddie Lafferty
2 ES PIPELINES LIMITED – COMPANY OVERVIEW ES PIPELINES LIMTEDEast SurreyHoldingsSetup ESPAcquisitionof UU’s iGTAcquisitionof BGCLAcquired byTerra FirmaAcquired byABN AMROFortisBNPParibasEiserInfrastructureCompanyRe-Financed200020032005200520062009200920102011COMPANYOffices in Leatherhead, England and Linlithgow, Scotlandc.48 EmployeesOfgem Licensed Independent Gas Transporter & Independent Electricity Network OperatorCORE BUSINESSGas Infill Network ConstructionGas & Electricity Transportation & MeteringNew Build “Asset Adoption” of Gas and Electricity NetworksOwnership and Management of Gas & Electricity Networksc.9000 gas networks supplying in excess of 275,000 gas consumersc.322 electricity networks supplying in excess of 20,000 electricity consumersFINANCIALSBusiness Refinanced October 2011Investment Capital Secured for next 4 yearsES Pipelines Limited is a leading iGT & iDNO supporting both Gas Infill & Gas/Electricity New Build MarketsNovember 2013
4 WHY EXTEND THE GAS NETWORK Key drivers:Air QualityAffordable WarmthScottish Housing Quality Standards 2015Reduced Carbon EmissionsLocal BusinessesTackling Fuel PovertyWhat is the best and most cost effective solution for your housing stock?Gas or Renewables?Helping the wider communityLoan scheme could finance the network & heating.
5 INFILL PROJECTS – EXTENDING THE GAS NETWORK Free viability assessment. Is gas the best option?Site survey.Network design.Tendering for best price.Dedicated delivery team.Construction.Aftercare & Maintenance.ES Pipelines Limited have constructed 73 Infill Networks in Scotland, supplying in excess of 7000 gas consumers
6 ES PIPELINES LIMITED...SCOTLAND KEY ACCOUNTS ESP Engineering Office in Linlithgow...supporting Gas Infill Network ConstructionLocal AuthoritiesClackmannanshire CouncilEdinburgh City CouncilEast Lothian CouncilFalkirk CouncilHighland CouncilMidlothian CouncilSouth Lanarkshire CouncilHousing AssociationsCastle Rock EdinvarWest of Scotland Housing AssociationBlackwood HomesDumfries & Galloway Housing PartnershipKey Housing AssociationAlbyn Housing SocietyForth Valley Housing AssociationSanctuary HousingCaledonia Housing AssociationNew Gorbals Housing AssociationGlasgow Housing AssociationLinstone Housing Association
7 Cumbernauld Housing Partnership – tackling affordable warmth TESTIMONIALSCumbernauld Housing Partnership – tackling affordable warmth“We believe switching to mains natural gas will improve the living standards of our tenants and allow us to provide warmer, more comfortable and energy efficient homes”Midlothian Council – tackling air quality“The installation of the gas infrastructure to this area has been a major achievement, involving high levels of cooperation between consultants, contractors, local authorities, local councillors, private developers, owner occupiers and tenants. The main driver for the project was poor air quality. The poor air quality title has been removed from the area around Pathhead”The City of Edinburgh Council – tackling housing quality“The 225 households on the Gateside Estate in Kirkliston had only electricity for their heating and cooking until the City of Edinburgh Council - which owned 118 of the properties - decided to seek to have mains gas installed. We worked with the Council to source £100,000 of funding for the project from energy supplier Eon as part of its Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (CERT) obligations.The residents in Gateside have campaigned for many years to have gas installed in their homes." - Councillor Norman Work
8 QUESTIONS AND CONTACTS Mary Fitzsimons Infill Project CoordinatormobileHelen Whalen Infill Project CoordinatormobileEddie LaffertyES Pipelines Ltd - ConsultantLafferty Associatesmobile